As Civil Unrest Roils The Nation, National Black Theatre Helps Black Arts Orgs Navigate COVID And Racism

Founded in 1968 by the revolutionary theater lion and legend Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, National Black Theatre (NBT) was forged out of the social upheaval of the 1960s.

Jeremy O. Harris At Harlem’s National Black Theatre For Convening Of ‘Slave Play’

The legendary National Black Theatre (NBT) hosted a special evening of the community gathering on Slave Play on Monday as it convened a town hall to discuss the critically acclaimed Continue Reading →

Join The National Black Theatre 125th Street Pop-Up Dance Take Over In Harlem

Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) closes out its golden anniversary season with the world premiere of 125th & FREEdom, a five-hour public performance dance project by Ebony Continue Reading →

Women’s History Month Celebrated By Harlem’s National Black Theatre And The Weeksville Center

Fifty years ago, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer founded the National Black Theatre (NBT). NBT, New York City’s oldest continually run Black theater, is celebrating its golden anniversary with “NBT Beyond Continue Reading →

Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre Celebrates It’s 50th Anniversary

In celebration of its 50th anniversary as it’s poised for a major capital redevelopment project of its current site, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) is taking it Continue Reading →